When it comes to updating a Shopify theme alongside working with a version control system such as Git, the two don't necessarily work together in tandem. You can easily push...
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As a large hosting provider, Amazon has a number of different methods for storing your website or app. One popular protocol is AWS S3, which can be connected to using...
Traditionally, with our zero-downtime (atomic) deployment features, DeployHQ keeps 3 releases on your server, including the latest that is symlinked to from current. Any additional releases are then removed on...
We'd just like to let you know, we've installed some updates for the following language versions on the build pipeline:
A guide on how to migrate from standard deployments over to atomic deployments in DeployHQ for zero downtime.
In celebration of that belief and in appreciation of the service DeployHQ provides our team, I’m happy to share a “jig” our team built to bootstrap new projects.
You've found your perfect domain, set up your Wordpress site, written a few blog posts but now you need images. Unless you are creating your own, you’ll need a good source for stock images!
Is there such a thing as too many plug-ins? It's great that Wordpress is open-source and as a result there are many great plug-ins out there, ranging from site security to additional functionality. It's easy to install them all and call it a day – but how many is too many, and why is that the case?
Choosing a suitable web hosting package can be daunting for many people. The differences in hosting can appear to be minimal or non existent, but in our case (and many others) there are fundamental differences that should be taken into consideration before deciding on a package.
Imagine you’re in a café catching up on some work over a coffee and get an important business call on your laptop. You have a professional phone number that follows...
We thought we'd take this opportunity to wish you and your family a wonderful Christmas and to thank you for your continued support and custom throughout 2019
The 'White Screen of Death' (often referred to as a WSOD), is when your Wordpress site, or particular pages, shows a blank white page. We know this can cause panic for our clients but with a few simple steps, you can find the source of the error and resolve it!